Consultation Hub

Welcome to the Sutton Council Consultation Finder. This site will help you find and participate in consultations that interest you.

Recently updated consultations are displayed below. Alternatively, search for consultations by keyword, postcode, interest etc.

Open Consultations

  • Neighbourhood Fund

    What is the Neighbourhood Fund? When developers create new housing, flats or retail space in Sutton they pay a levy to the Council. This money is to improve infrastructure within the borough, with a portion of this used specifically to improve local areas in consultation with... More

    Closes 4 October 2020

  • SHP Recycling Project: Denmark Gardens survey

    We are planning to make some changes to the way recycling and rubbish is stored on Denmark Gardens, Carshalton. The changes will be made in Autumn 2020 and are designed to: 1. Improve the look of the estate 2. Help residents recycle more household waste and throw less away ... More

    Closes 6 October 2020

  • SHP Recycling Project: Mill Green survey

    We are planning to make some changes to the way recycling and rubbish is stored on Mill Green. The changes will be made in Autumn 2020 and are designed to: 1. Improve the look of Mill Green 2. Help residents recycle more household waste and throw less away Background ... More

    Closes 6 October 2020

  • Response Form for The Draft South London Waste Plan Consultation

    The Draft South London Waste Plan 2021-2036, sets out the councils’ strategy for waste management and waste facilities across the four boroughs. It safeguards sites to ensure that the councils’ national policy requirements and London Plan targets are met. It includes policies to guide waste... More

    Closes 22 October 2020

  • Safer, Active, Greener Streets - Central Road

    Traffic jams, air pollution and dangerous conditions for pedestrians and cyclists along Central Road have been key concerns for residents in the Worcester Park area for years. The high levels of traffic - averaging 23,000 cars per day for the last three years - and the railway bridge can make... More

    Closes 6 March 2021

Forthcoming Consultations

  • School Streets: Carshalton Boys Sports College (Winchcombe Road)

    We want to make the streets outside our schools safer and the air cleaner for our children To help achieve this, we are trialling School Streets in a number of areas across the borough. A School Street is where the road outside a school is closed to motor vehicles during school drop-off and... More

    Opens 28 September 2020

  • School Streets: Robin Hood Junior School (Thorncroft Road)

    We want to make the streets outside our schools safer and the air cleaner for our children To help achieve this, we are trialling School Streets in a number of areas across the borough. A School Street is where the road outside a school is closed to motor vehicles during school drop-off and... More

    Opens 28 September 2020

  • School Streets: Harris Junior Academy Carshalton (Camden Road)

    We want to make the streets outside our schools safer and the air cleaner for our children To help achieve this, we are trialling School Streets in a number of areas across the borough. A School Street is where the road outside a school is closed to motor vehicles during school drop-off and... More

    Opens 28 September 2020

Closed Consultations

  • New Home Survey

    This survey is for the main tenant of the new council properties in Iden Terrace and Denyer Close Carshalton to answer. Your home was one of the first council houses to be built in Sutton in many years, supporting our ambitious aim to make the borough a great place to live, work and raise a... More

    Closed 31 August 2020

  • Rosehill Business Engagement Questionnaire

    We want to work with businesses and the community to shape Rosehill's future. Sutton Council is undertaking this survey following on from the Rosehill Area Renewal engagement completed in March 2020, when residents told us they wanted us to improve the local shopping offer and facilities. More

    Closed 31 August 2020

  • Residential Electric Vehicle charging points survey

    We have a target to use Sutton's network of street lighting columns to deliver at least 51 new electric vehicle charging points across the borough by the end of 2020. We are also working to expand the network of Source London fast charging points in the borough. Our aim is to provide a... More

    Closed 31 March 2020

  • Climate Emergency Survey

    In July 2019, Sutton Council declared a climate emergency and agreed a target of reducing carbon emissions in the borough to zero. Urgent action is required to stop the worst effects of climate change on Sutton, and on the world. More

    Closed 31 March 2020

  • Cycleway between Sutton High Street and Colliers Wood - Proposals in Sutton

    This consultation focuses on measures to improve facilities on the Cycleway route between Grennell Road, from Rosehill Park East, and Sutton High Street, via Lodge Place. A resident survey undertaken in the Elgin Road / Benhill Wood Road area in June 2017 found: 65% of respondents felt... More

    Closed 23 March 2020

We Asked, You Said, We Did

Here are some of the issues we have consulted on and their outcomes. See all outcomes

We Asked

Sutton Council asked to hear your opinion to better understand views towards domestic abuse and local services in the community.

We wanted to find out how we can improve services and make sure that it is easy for residents to access the support they might need, at the right time. 

 

You Said

We received a great deal of information which we can review and work towards improving. Three key points from the survey include a need for:

1. A clearer understanding on where to go or who to contact for domestic abuse help if needed. 

2. Details on where to go for help if concerned about your own behaviour. 

3. The majority of residents feel they can speak to an independent domestic violence adviser (IDVA) about their circumstances most comfortably. 

We Did

The Domestic Abuse Strategic Partnership Board are reviewing recommendations in light of the survey responses and the COVID-19 pandemic. These recommendations include the need for a perpetrator campaign to raise awareness on where to go for help for those concerned about their own behaviour. The Board has also been recommended to agree a sole point of contact for those needing help so we can promote where residents should go for help if needed to avoid any confusion. 

Finally from 1 July following a period of no face-to-face domestic abuse services, we are able to offer face-to-face appointments with our IDVAs for those who need to speak to someone and get help and guidance. 

We Asked

We asked relevant statutory bodies, transport organisations, local interests and residents groups and individuals for their comments on the draft Local Implementation Plan, in particular whether they agreed with the priorities identified and the local schemes to achieve them.

You Said

There was a broad cross-section of support for the various schemes in the draft Local Implementation Plan and requests for more on cycling and walking.

We Did

We provided greater clarity on cycling and walking. The revised draft was approved by the Mayor of London and has now been published. It can be found at https://www.sutton.gov.uk/info/200583/travel_and_transport/1540/transport_plans

We Asked

We asked residents about proposed changes to our Council Tax Reduction Scheme, which would increase the council tax reduction in line with inflation. The proposals aimed to better support low income households by recognising that as inflation increases it is important that the support our low income households receive increases too.

You Said

You said that low income households should be supported and that applying an inflationary increase to their Council Tax entitlement was the fairest way to achieve the correct level of support.

We Did

We introduced an inflationary increase to all the income bandings within our scheme in line with the increase in Consumer Price Index but limited any increase to  5% should inflation exceed that level.

Further information about this decision can be found by clicking here.